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Tuesday  morning, as part of the American Council for Technology – Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) Executive Leadership Council meeting in Williamsburg, Virginia, Gen X and Y government (and former government) leaders participated in a panel discussion themed “Leading in a Government Transformed by Social Technologies.”  This panel of “digital natives” was masterfully moderated by Lena Trudeau, National Academy of Public Administration, and included: Jonathan Bene

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For Feds: Net Neutrality in a Nutshell

By Shawn P. McCarthy

Outside of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and maybe Congress, few government agencies have weighed in during recent debates on the value of net neutrality. Their lack of involvement is understandable. One common misconception about the net neutrality debate is that’s it’s focused on residential networks. But that viewpoint is short sighted. The outcome of the net neutrality debate not only could effect the ability of government offices to interact online with citizens, it also could

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Xerox & ACS – Potential Gov Powerhouse

By Shawn P. McCarthy

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